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NEW COLLEGE, SARASOTA, FLORIDA FURMAN C. ARTHUR INFORMATION FOR IMMEDIArE RELEASE: Dr. George F. Baughman, presiden t of New College, has accepted an invitation to become a member of the American Council on Education (ACE) Commission on Administ.rai:ive Affairs. The invitat.ion was extended by Dr. Logan Wilson, president. of ACE, and is for a three year term. The Commission on Administrative Affairs presently is concerned with a major study of institutional autonomy, developmen t of a statement on the respective roles of trustees, administrative officers and faculty members in college ancl university guidance, and revision of the special volumes issued by the Council and entitled, "Colle-Je and University Business Administration." Under the directorship of Edward L. Kat:zenbach, Jr., the Commission also is interested in such matters as pro0ram bud-jetingand the use of computers in colle0e administration. Dr. John D. Millett, director and chancellor of the Ohio Board of Regents is chairman of the Commission. (more)
pag-e 2 Geor-:re Baughman Dr. Baughman has been active in educational administration for nearly 20 years in both public and private institutions. He is the first presiden-t of Nev1 Colle':fe and has servecl in that capacity for four years. For six years prior to that. he was with the worlcl' s lar.jest pr ivai.:.e university, New York University, as vice president for ousiness affairs and treasurer. From 1945 until 1955 he served the University of Florida, first as business manager and then as vice presideni: for business affairs. He also tau :1h t there in the colleje of business administration. For a number of years Dr. BauJhman has served on che Institute for College and University Business Officers held annually ai.:. t.he University of Kentucky and he has written a number of articles for professional publications on various aspects of colle]e and university administration ranging from publication of annual reports to studen t housing. Dr. Bau:Jhman will a t tend a Commission meeting in D. C. April 28.